A Nose Job Without Going Under the Knife? Yes, You Can!
Surgery isn’t for everyone, and for people who are unhappy with the appearance of their nose, there is a procedure that can alter and improve the appearance of the nose without them going under the knife.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is an excellent alternative for people who don’t desire surgery or who just aren’t ready to commit to a permanent facial alteration. Rather than cutting into the nose or shaving the bone, the non-surgical nose job requires injections of a hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler into the nose. This enhances the appearance of the nose by contouring it.
Improve the Appearance of the Nose Without Going Under the Knife
In the past few decades, the aesthetics industry has experienced massive growth with a range of cosmetic procedures. One of the biggest areas of growth has been advancements in non-surgical treatments and injections. Injectable treatments can help prevent and correct the appearance of aging and can add volume to certain features to enhance their appearance. Injectable fillers have in fact become the most popular cosmetic treatment in North America. Even with the spike in injectables’ popularity, the non-surgical nose job is a treatment that many people still aren’t familiar with.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a treatment that has existed since the 1980’s but didn’t catch on in North America until the late 1990’s. The non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure is a fantastic option for patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their nose but don’t want to commit to surgery.
Dermal Filler Can Create the Illusion of a Smaller Nose
Are You a Candidate for Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
There are a few types of noses that can make a patient a good candidate for non-surgical rhinoplasty. These candidates include people with a nasal dorsal hump, people who have low nasal bridges, or people seeking a silicon dorsal implant, since filler gives a similar appearance to rhinoplasty results. Non-surgical nose jobs can also address aesthetic concerns such as a droopy tip caused by aging, a tiny tip, and a bumpy or flat bridge. By correcting imperfections on the nose, you can actually restore more symmetry and harmony to the face.
What the non-surgical nose job cannot do, unfortunately, is improve breathing or make a larger nose smaller. Although it can’t reduce a nose’s size, in some instances the method by which it is contoured with the filler can create the illusion of a smaller nose. If you are curious about this procedure, Dr. Torgerson and our team of injection doctors welcome you to have a consultation to discuss expectations and treatment options to help you achieve the improved facial harmony you’ve been desiring.
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